Nothing extraordinary, however our total bill was a bit expensive if I compare it to other KFC outlets I have visited in other countries. I went there with two Nepali Christians, and ordered the usual fare (dinner chicken), curried rice and an extra box of chicken wings for take out plus bottled water. It costs NPR2,200 (about US$30 at the exchange rate during our visit) with the tax added to the cost. Chicken taste/quality was at par with KFC standard though less oily (well, that's subjective, isn't it?). Size is ok (sizes vary from one franchise to another).
The place is big enough but the piped-in (rock) music was ear-busting (at lunch time) and we requested the counter staff to turn it down. No big crowd then, perhaps because it is way above the normal pay wage here, even if the location is along one of the most expensive shopping strips in Kathmandu (Annapurna Complex, Durbar Marg). Toilet was clean at the time so that's a plus.
It was an average experience for me and I have not returned to this KFC outlet during my entire stay in Nepal. Maybe next time....
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